Recientemente Philips has carried out a very interesting virtual event that we have been able to attend and in which we have captured what are the next news at the hardware and software level by the Hue division for the remainder of the year 2021.
This time we stop at a very interesting collaboration that, honestly, we don't know how someone hadn't thought of it before. Spotify and Philips team up to sync your music with your light bulbs and create dynamic environments. Of course, the guys at Spotify never cease to amaze us with the different applications of their streaming music service.
Not all we have seen has been software, and it is that the Hue division has announced a new light bar for the television, as well as a slight improvement of some of its bulbs that are now more efficient and bright. Anyone who has a complete home with Philips Hue as it is my case, will know that these bulbs are not characterized precisely by their lighting capacity.
Now we have musical news for those Philips Hue users who enjoy light bulbs with a range of colors or different RGB devices. If you go to the entertainment section of the Hue application for mobile devices, you will be able to synchronize your system with Spotify and it will offer you the possibility to match your music with your lighting, you will make the lights dance literally.
This feature has already been released, you need to update your Philips Hue app and follow the steps mentioned above. Take this opportunity to remember that Philips Hue has the metadata of the songs, so the visualization in theory will not take any delay with the music. Meanwhile, you can continue betting on classic lighting. Remember that in Actualidad Gadget We have numerous tutorials on YouTube on how to assemble your smart lighting equipment at home.